4/9 Long Class: ~Back to my breath~


4/9 Long Class: ~Back to my breath~

This is a class by our studio’s ex-instructor Marisa who has returned temporary back from Canada.

In April, there are new encounters and we try to adapt ourselves to new environment. It sometimes makes time pass faster and one may also feel busy.
Feel your own breathe mindfully and try to move your body in tune with your breathing voice. With simple and effective movement, your body will be relieved entirely. Join us to bring yourself peacefulness back.

When: April 9 (Thursday) 13:30~15:30
Instructor: Marisa
Venue: Be Yoga Japan, 4F ORE Hiroo Building, 5-10-26 Minami-azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo (see Google Maps)
Fee: 4,200yen
Language: Japanese
Target level: All level (The beginners are warmly welcome!)




Marisa was raised by French mother and Japanese father in an environment where culture and the way of thinking are mingled. She studied psychology and sociology, learned modern dancing when she was student. Later she met with Yoga.
She acquired Ishta Yoga RYT500 in beyogajapan. She also taught maternity yoga, restorative yoga as well as senior yoga in a class.

Countries, cultures or thoughts may differ but there exists neither any border nor any boundaries when doing yoga. Yoga is really deep but very simple at the same time. It reminds me of great peacefulness inside my own. I want to deliver this tranquility to many people.

She moved to Texas, US in 2012 and currently she resides in Canada. She is working as a yoga instructor and Abhyanga massage practitioner.


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